Questions tagged with of

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Proper sentence for formal writing?
'Hoping to find a new car before next year. Went away to see my family for the holiday. Took a ...
Types of sentences 0 votes, asked Nov 08 by noexpert jck4514@aol.com
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is the following grammatically correct
"Racoonbot, Become Rich at Clash of Clans"
coc clash of clans 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Jimmy Bennett
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Question about usage of "instead of"
Hello everyone, Is "someone do something by this instead of that" right?
instead of 0 votes, asked Nov 04 by F. Fang
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Plural or singular verb and pronoun used after a compound subject defined by 'each'
This sentence confuses me. Each boy and each girl (take or takes) (their or his/her) turn at the game.
use of each 0 votes, asked Oct 18 by noexpert jck4514@aol.com
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of vs around
my passion is to improve the quality and efficiency of communication. or my passion is to improve the quality and ...
of Around +1 vote, asked Oct 13 by Jonathan
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Using "of the" in a sentence
"What continued to nag at him was that there was nothing else that seemed to be missing or disturbed, the ...
of the 0 votes, edited Sep 26 by Patiance23
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For the purpose of
Is it correct to say: "For the purpose of continuos quality improvement and ensuring full compliance with EU directives.." ? ...
for the purpose of 0 votes, asked Jul 19 by Massimo
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Comma after abbreviated "junior" or after bracket or both?
This was in committee meeting minutes; however, the word Junior was abbreviated. John Jones, Junior [San Francisco County], Chairman; Is ...
comma with Abbreviation of junior 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Lauretta Young
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superlative + of nouns
Which is better and why? 1. The novel which I've read recently is the best of many books I've ever ...
of among +1 vote, asked Jun 27 by Ito
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Ownership of vs. Ownership over
Which of these sentences effectively indicates the individual possesses the object (and not that the object possesses the individual?) "She ...
Ownership of over 0 votes, asked Jun 23 by Kaleb
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Parts of speech of blasts in "Watch Arnab Goswami blasts at the MLA for abusing a female reporter".
I want to find the Parts of speech of 'blasts' in the sentence "Watch Arnab Goswami blasts at the MLA ...
parts of speech noun verb 0 votes, asked Jun 07 by Naveen
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The order about "of"
1."No small rodents of any kind" Could I say "No any kind of small rodents" instead? I remembered the grammer ...
of +1 vote, asked Jun 01 by Nick Zam
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Job title
An I the Assistant Head of Primary or the Assistant Head for Primary? Does it matter and why? Thanks
of for 0 votes, edited May 09 by Kate
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"Of" or "To"
I was writing this sentence and couln't decide which is right: "of the Prophet" or "to the Prophet?" They believed ...
of to of-vs-to grammar 0 votes, edited May 06 by Teagan K.
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memory of that day vs memory from that day
is the sentence "I wish I could erase all of my memory from that day." grammatically incorrect? if not, is ...
memory of from 0 votes, asked Apr 30 by grace027
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modality, meaning of would
What is the meaning of 'would ' in the following sentences : 1.It would be mistake to beat a child. ...
meaning of would modal +1 vote, asked Apr 25 by unique
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Point of view confusion
Hello. I am writing a novel and am having some difficulty with point of view. I am writing mainly from ...
point of view third-person 0 votes, asked Apr 22 by Courtney Cannon
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Exploding costs
Is there such thing as exploding costs?
correction and understanding of this 0 votes, asked Apr 07 by Osarhemen Igbinosun
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use of historic or historical
Which sentnce is correct? The car is parked beside the historic post office. The car is parked beside the historical ...
correct use of the Word +1 vote, asked Mar 25 by Pam
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The use of "to" vs "of"
Is it correct to say "a strong commitment of" or should it be "a strong commitment to"?
of to +1 vote, asked Feb 04 by Patti-Ann Barry
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Proper use of apostrophe
I need correct advice on a particular use of the apostrophe. Which is correct: ...."25 years experience" or "25 years' ...
use of apostrophe +1 vote, asked Jan 29 by Paul Perkinz
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parts of speech
In the sentence below, what parts of speech are dripping and crushed? The prince lurched from the water, dripping and ...
parts of speech 0 votes, asked Jan 13 by Heather
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Proper context
In view of or in light of her vacation ,I will be absorbing her responsibilities. Which one is grammatically correct? ...
in view of in Light +1 vote, asked Dec 22 '15 by simonsayid
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Most of us so-and-sos...
I just saw a post that said "most of us Grammar Police don't waste time with..." I am almost sure ...
MOST of Us 0 votes, asked Dec 01 '15 by Anthony Belanger
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Adjective + noun
Can I write like this: "It had been yet another unbearably challenging of a morning"?My teacher marked the "of a" ...
adjective noun adjectives teacher of 0 votes, asked Nov 18 '15 by Joel Kaasalainen
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Will after if
Good day!Is WILL ok after IF in the following sentence:She could not close her eyes - she did not know ...
sequence of tenses 0 votes, asked Oct 24 '15 by Kristina 79163162390@yandex.ru
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Of or on?
Which one is correct?: I understand the basics of sewing. I understand the basics on sewing. Of or on? Thanks.
of on 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '15 by Melissa D.
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order of adjectives
Which is correct? "a tiny swedish digital camera phone." Or "A tiny digital swedish camera phone."
order of adjectives +1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by Adrian Ng
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use of in on of
What is the correct way of writing below. Trainer of Sales Skills? Trainer in Sales Skills? Trainer on Sales Skills?
use of in on 0 votes, asked Jul 10 '15 by Ranawaka
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Use of "years" and "experience"
Which is grammatically correct..."20 years experience managing..." or "20 years OF experience managing..."?
use of years and experience 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '15 by Wesley Hamilton
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